Two Arab terror teens were arrested in Jerusalem on Saturday night after they were caught red-handed hurling rocks at Israeli motorists.
They were reported after they had attacked an Israeli bus in the capital. None of the passengers were physically injured in the attack, but the windshield of the bus was smashed.
The attackers, ages 17 and 18, are residents of the northern Jerusalem Arab neighborhoods of Shuafat and Anata.
Police caught them with rocks in their hands, ready to be thrown at the next target. When they were searched, police also found they were in possession of a mask and a knife as well.
The pair of teen terrorists were held for interrogation by security personnel.